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Cape Town - It was President Jacob Zuma who proudly stated that God resides in the scenic Mother City, as he announced an impressive increase in tourism growth in 2012. The message was for Capetonians to realise how the world viewed the majestic city.

However, it is this very impression the City of Cape Town plans to disrupt.

"Cape Town is not just a beautiful face," Mayor Patricia de Lille declared as she launched Invest Cape Town on Thursday.

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